My pictures explore the strange anthropology of cities. The unusual and overlooked in the human landscape. I am asking the viewer to question the idea that photographs as documents are complete representations of subject. I'm interested in the universality of life and the idea of parallel lives - when one thing is happening here, something else is happening over there. The democracy of non-places fascinates me, in the knowledge that inevitably nothing is as it seems. I work and live between Auckland and Paris.

so much depends
upon
a red wheel
barrow
glazed with rain
water
beside the white

chickens

William Carlos Williams

The Image: Auckland, June 2016